Tijuana G. Griffin

Tijuana G. Griffin

Tijuana Griffin


Education Profile:

PhD Nursing Education (2016)
MSN, Nursing Education, University of Phoenix, 2008
MS, Healthcare Administration, University of Maryland University College, 1998


Tijuana Griffin, Ph.D., MS, MSN, CNOR, is Director in the Department of Nursing at Washington Adventist University. She is a native of Washington, DC. Dr. Griffin started teaching at Washington Adventist University (WAU) as an adjunct professor in 2008. In 2010, she joined the nursing department as a full time faculty member. Before coming to WAU, she worked at Washington Adventist Hospital for over 20 years in critical care and surgery.

She holds a Ph.D. from Capella University, Masters of Nursing from University of Phoenix, Masters of Health Care Administration from University of Maryland, and Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Washington Adventist University (formerly Columbia Union College).

“The vision for WAU Nursing is high, with eyes on Christ and hands serving humanity. Our graduates will be moral leaders with a strong commitment to the nursing profession. As such, we seek to hire the most qualified nursing faculty to continue producing academically and clinically strong nurses with the goal of meeting enrollment capacity and earning 100% first-time pass rate on the NCLEX.